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“Aloha”

“Aloha”<p>Graphic Art

Unknown Data, a solo exhibition by Sheila Hicks

April Dauscha’s beautiful and chilling body lace works 

April Dauscha’s beautiful and chilling body lace works<p>Check out her Vimeo HERE

Lost in Transmission

<b>Director</b> [<i>in Japanese</i>]: Mr. Bob-san, you are relaxing in your study. On the table is a bottle of Suntory whiskey. Got it? Look slowly, with feeling, …

Hello, Neanderthal! Yes, This Means You.

Their lives were nasty, brutish and short—and so were they, as it turns out. But our close evolutionary cousins the Neanderthals had plenty of …

Emergency Response

Little disasters pop up in our lives whether we notice them or not. They may be as mundane as getting stuck in traffic or a cycle of negative …

Art & Painting

Lomography Konstruktor review: the $35 camera you build yourself

As camera-makers trim their point-and-shoot lines in the face of encroaching smartphones, one company is keeping the faith and doing what it's done for the past three decades. Lomography's wide range of film cameras dates back to the early ‘90s, when some students in Vienna discovered the potential …

This dynamic three person show, entitled ‘Authoring Evolution’ opens at Loakal this December 5th, featuring the works of Robert Bowen, Xi…

This dynamic three person show, entitled ‘Authoring Evolution’ opens at Loakal this December 5th, featuring the works of Robert Bowen, Xiau Fong Wee and Lauren YS.<p>From the Press Release:<p>“he three artists create a tension between the futuristic and the mythological with their otherworldly, figurative work. The human, animal and machine are combined to create hybridized forms that speak of the human condition in today’s increasingly digitized society.”<p>Curated by Eddie Colla and Nastia Voynovskaya

T- Wei’s illustrations freak us out a little bit, but in a good way. 

New works from Kikyz1313

The sweet yet dark illustrative work of UK based Kristian Jones 

Classical meets digital in the collage work of David Marinos

Google developing 'smart contact lens' that can measure glucose levels in tears

'Chips and sensors so small they look like bits of glitter'<p>We all know of Google Glass, but the next frontier for Google is apparently smart contact …

Artist Creates "Paintings" with One Sheet of Intricately Folded Fabric

British artist Benjamin Shine creates textured “paintings” by carefully folding and ironing one giant sheet of tulle fabric. His subjects range from portraits of iconic stars like Elizabeth Taylor to realistic renditions of elderly hands and beautifully abstract faces emerging from the flowing …

Art

Exhibition-ism’s top posts for 2013! Starting from the top:

Exhibition-ism’s top posts for 2013!<p>Starting from the top:<p>From photo-realism to op-art, 2013 has been quite a year! We couldn’t have done it without all 195,960 followers. You guys rule!<p>Let’s make 2014 even better, with more amazing art!

EA Investigated by Law Firm Over Battlefield 4

The saga continues.<p>Exit Theatre Mode<p>United States law firm Holzer Holzer and Fistel, LLC is conducting an investigation over whether EA mislead its …

Selfies of 2013 – the best, worst and most revealing

Don't pout, it's hard to deny that this has been a special year in the history of taking pictures of yourself using a mobile phone. With that in mind, we announce the Guardian selfie awards<p>This was the year that the selfie reached saturation point. Celebrities took them. Politicians took them, …

Invisible women: can you spot the mothers in these photographs?

With exposure times of half a minute, Victorian mothers wanting a portrait of their children had to disguise themselves as chairs, couches and curtains to hold them still. The results, captured in Linda Fregni Nagler's book The Hidden Mother, are both touching and unsettling<p>Creepy vintage Halloween …

Top 20 things scientists need to know about policy-making

There are some common misunderstanding among scientists about how governments make their policy decisions<p>Top 20 things politicians need to know about science<p>When scientists moan about how little politicians know about science, I usually get annoyed. Such grouching is almost always counterproductive …

Weekly Roundup

In this week’s roundup Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson invite you to make your mark on the moon, Laylah Ali and Ellen Gallagher exhibit their …

Why Hollywood doesn't get South Korean cinema

South Korea's cinema boom continues to echo through Hollywood, with the country's acting talent heading Stateside and Korean stories regularly remade. Yet these Americanised versions often end up drained of the weirdness that made them so bracing. It's like trying to make coleslaw out of kimchi. …

Trailer for Gritty POWER RANGERS Web Series

An astronaut's view on Gravity

Space garb isn't as sexy as Sandra Bullock's in Gravity, and real-life spacewalk dangers can be even worse, says astronaut Major Tim Peake<p>• Gravity – review • Oscar predictions 2014: Gravity<p>I'm in Houston at the moment, training with Nasa for a mission to the International Space Station. I'll be …

Who Will Buy A $500 Steam Machine?

A few days ago, we finally got a look at the hardware, price and a few performance markers of one of the many 3rd party manufactured Steam Machines being crafted at Valve’s behest to supposedly complete with Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PS4, or even PC gaming itself.<p>Jason Evangelho wrote up what …